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<< Click to likeA study into animals in urban areas found that animals seemed to concentrate in mainly urban environments. Could it be the weather, feeding patterns or something else?
When the curator of New York Museum and author with a technology student used camera traps and GPS to document a wide range of wildlife. Camera traps or trail cameras are a perfect way of monitoring animals with disturbing them. They work remotely, triggering a camera through motion sensitive sensor. The footage can then be studied at a later day.
The research shows that through technology there is a lot we can learn and understand about our wildlife and the environment.
Handykam.com is a leading supplier of trail cameras and remote cameras for watching wildlife.
Thanks for the New York Times for the great article and pictures.
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